Tweddle acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we work and pay our respects to Elders past and present. We believe in supporting babies, toddlers, children and families to stay connected to cultures, communities and Countries. • Tweddle welcomes people of different age, race, ethnicity, gender identity, intersex status, culture, sexual orientation, relationship status, language, faith, ability levels and socio-economic backgrounds. • We take an intersectional approach in reducing inequality and discrimination by embedding safe, inclusive and affirming partnerships. • We celebrate families from all walks of life and promote diversity, equity, inclusion and a sense of belonging in principle and practice.
Diversity, Equity Inclusion and Belonging
Tweddle celebrates families from all walks of life. We hear your stories, and we see you as the expert in your family’s life. We value difference, so we promote diversity of thought in the workplace by fostering fairness and equity in every step that we take.
We recognise that our own journey through life shapes our thoughts, feelings, and ideas. We are curious and committed to lean in and learn from other people’s life experiences so that we can shape an environment centred on diverse backgrounds, attitudes, beliefs, and practices.
Our culture supports accountability in a safe, respectful way. We do not shy away from the hard topics and will always fight for fairness so that the rights of infants, babies, toddlers, and their families are upheld.
This Indigenous artwork was created by Dixon Patten, proud Yorta Yorta and Gunnai man and Director/Graphic Artist at Bayila Creative. The artwork tells the story of Tweddle’s commitment to Reconciliation with the Aboriginal community.
Diversity; Everyone is unique, included and heard.
Equity; Advocacy for fair opportunities.
Inclusion; Meaningful participation for all.
Belonging; Be your authentic self.